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    This recipe comes from Diabetes and Heart Healthy Cookbook. It is a great dish to serve at your next dinner party. It cooks while you entertain your guests.

    Recipe #417330

    6 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    Most recipes for chilled potato soup have lots and lots of heavy cream thus fat. This recipe is very simple to put together and very low in fat. As it chills it becomes super thick and creamy. After having tried this both chilled and at room temperature, I highly recommend room temperature. The recipe is from William-Sonoma Essentials of Healthy Cooking.

    Recipe #164989

    18 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    This comes from "Light and Easy Diabetes Cuisine" by Betty Marks. I prefer to use fresh green peas if I have them; but it works well with frozen too.

    Recipe #98812

    2 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    A great use for leftover roast beef. No one would ever know. This recipe is compliments of Crepe Cookery, 1976.

    Recipe #91056

    3 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    This recipe comes from Splenda. Serve them hot from the oven, topped with orange marmalade for a wonderful breakfast treat.

    Recipe #118262

    4 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    A wonderful one-pot meal. Serve with a spinach salad to complete the meal. Recipe comes from Pillsbury Classic Cookbook, September 1996.

    Recipe #93659

    13 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    Nothing beats homemade muffins fresh off the griddle. These are light and airy. The recipe calls for 1 package dry yeast, depending on how active your sourdough is you may choose to eliminate it. As all sourdough is somewhat different experiment and see what works best for you. I use an Alaskan sourdough recipe. For mixing the dough I used my Kitchenaid Mixer and dough hook. This recipe comes from Best of the Best from Alaska Cookbook and I have made minor adjustments for personal taste.

    Recipe #97694

    8 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    This recipe was on the package of shallots I purchased awhile back. I made only a few changes.

    Recipe #99152

    10 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    This probably will not wow your taste buds; however, it is a healthy breakfast alternative. This combines the concentrated fiber of oat bran with the coarser texture of traditional oatmeal.

    Recipe #107314

    25 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    This recipe is an adaption of a recipe found in Williams-Sonoma Essentials of Healthful Cooking. The roasting blends the flavors and produces a delightful side dish.

    Recipe #107740

    6 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    For a quick breakfast on the go these combine the classic duo of apples and cheese for a conforting breakfast for 2.

    Recipe #112574

    2 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    No way to resist! These are wonderfully rich! A crunchy base with a creamy caramel filling topped off with not one but 2 kinds of chocolate...Yum!

    Recipe #112594

    4 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    This is a wonderful rich dessert with not one but two fruits--apricot and apple. Serve this warm with vanilla ice cream or yogurt. You can leave the peel on the apples or if your prefer you can peel them. I use old fashioned oats just because I like the texture.

    Recipe #115412

    1 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    I participated in a recent swap and my partner, *maryL* sent me 2 wonderful cookbooks. This recipe was in the one entitled "Family Cooking". Using my trusty scale, I converted the ingredients list to US measurement and served this pudding to dinner guests and everyone raved. Warning: It is very sweet!

    Recipe #136978

    24 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    This recipe comes from kraftfoods.com. I am always looking for new and different ways to prepare vegetables. This is easy and quick. Clean-up is a snap when you line the backing pan with foil.

    Recipe #137744


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